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Culinary Students and Local Business Owner Provide Thanksgiving Meals

Students in Brookdale Community College’s culinary arts program and At The Table, a soul food restaurant in Asbury Park, NJ, partnered to make Thanksgiving brighter a day earlier for some local residents. Janice Brooks, owner of At The Table, and some of her customers purchased and donated 39 turkeys. Brooks is a graduate of Brookdale’s […]

2018 Scholarship Ball Raises Record Amount
Honorees Maureen Lloyd and Warren Diamond at the 2018 Scholarship Ball

Community members helped the Brookdale Community College Foundation raise a record amount for local students while honoring Warren Diamond and Maureen Lloyd at the Brookdale Foundation’s 2018 Scholarship Ball, held on May 18 at Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club in Farmingdale. The event, which included dinner, dancing, live entertainment, and more than 100 prize […]

2018 Allied Health Graduates Earn Ceremonial Pins
Allied Health graduates receive their pins

The graduates of two of Brookdale’s health care training programs were recognized in a special pinning ceremony on May 9 in the Robert J. Collins Arena. Twenty-four graduates of the Radiologic Technology program and 14 Respiratory Care graduates were pinned before a capacity crowd at the annual Allied Health Pinning Ceremony. Brian Sandy, first-year Respiratory […]

Brookdale Signs Articulation Agreements with the University of the Sciences
Brookdale aand the University of the Sciences sign an articulation agreement

Brookdale Community College and University of the Sciences signed a program-to-program articulation agreement and a professional bridge agreement for students interested in USciences’ pharmacy program at a ceremony on May 14, 2018. Both agreements would allow qualified students who complete select programs at Brookdale an opportunity to further their education in degree programs at USciences. […]

Brookdale honors recipients at 8th annual Global Citizenship Project Awards
2018 Global Citizenship Award honorees

Students, faculty, and clubs were commended for their efforts at tackling world problems on April 25 during the 8th annual Global Citizenship Project Awards. With the theme of immigrants and refugees in mind, professors of various subjects such as Biology, Business, Speech Communication, History, and English selected more than a dozen students for the prestigious […]

Students Hit the Runway for the 2018 Brookdale Fashion Show
Students hit the runway for the 2018 brookdale fashion show

 Members of the Brookdale Fashion Club joined with local designers and fashion experts recently to host the 2018 Brookdale Fashion Show in the Student Life Center. Brookdale fashion students took to the runway to showcase their Spring ’18 collections before a packed house of classmates, mentors and local fashion fans. Dozens of people surrounded both sides of the […]

Brookdale, Delaware State University Announce Articulation Agreement
Representatives from Brookdale and Delaware State University stand together in the Student Life Center.

Brookdale Community College and Delaware State University (DSU) have established a new articulation agreement that will offer guaranteed admission and credit transfer to eligible Brookdale graduates beginning this year. DSU, founded in 1891 as the State College for Colored Students, is one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). […]

Nell Irvin Painter Visits Brookdale

Renowned historian and artist Nell Irvin Painter visited the Lincroft campus on Dec. 4, hosting a workshop with Brookdale art students before giving a free public presentation in the CVA Gallery. Painter, a former Princeton University professor and a leading voice among American historians, has also established a noteworthy career as an artist, earning praise […]

Human Trafficking Worker Visits Brookdale

The fourth day of Brookdale’s International Education Week featured a Global Citizenship Seminar from Karuna Dayal of the Atlas Corps Fellowship. Dayal discussed her work fighting human trafficking around the world as a part of the Global Citizen Project. Dayal talked about the importance of Social Justice, which she described as “getting access for those […]

Brookdale Volunteer Connection Steps Up For Community

The Brookdale Employee Volunteer Connection (EVC) continues to put the “community” in community college, with faculty, administration and staff coming together to support Monmouth County residents of all ages throughout the past year. On April 3, EVC members and community volunteers were able to raise $1,600 for local food pantries and community groups through the […]

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